Grand Central Wreath Ornament
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Grand Central Terminal gets busy during the holidays, but visit a mini version of the station with this intricate ornament. The ornament features the facade of Grand Central Terminal set on a festive wreath.
|What's the Story||Grand Central Terminal opened to the public at 12:01 am on February 2, 1913 following a decade of consruction. The imposing building, designed by the architectural firm Reed & Stem in collaboration with Warren & Wetmore, resembled a classical monument with oversized colums, large arched windows and details ornamentation in the Beaux-Arts style. Grand Central became the country's busiest train station serving commuter and long distance rail lines while brining development to midtown Manhattan.|